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Designer Jeans For Women

The Designer Jeans For Women trend started back in the 1980s with brands like Gucci and Calvin Klein. They fell out of fashion for a little bit during the 1990′s, only to surge back into popularity thanks to several designers, among them, Alexander McQueen, who showed his extremely low rise “bumsters” jeans on the catwalk. Among the first designer denim brand who marketed to the masses, other than to those who could afford high fashion, was Earl Jeans back in the year 2000. Their jeans, which were regularly priced for over $100, were made from high quality cotton denim with a little bit of stretch, and bucked the traditional sizing trend (either misses 2-4-6-8, etc., or juniors 1-3-5-7, etc.) by labeling their jeans by waist size. You had to know that a size 26 Earl Jean was the same as a regular 4, in order to buy the right size.

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Now, designer jeans are everywhere. Numerous brands have popped up, each with their own signature style, wash, color or “hook.” For example, Paige Premium Denim jeans are designed by a former fit model, and are known for being extremely well-fitting jeans that flatter women’s bodies, whereas Lucky Brand Jeans have a hippie-ish look that takes the wearer back to the 1970′s as far as style is concerned, yet they have low rises and are designed for modern day women. Some brands use only organic cotton, others are only available in wacky colors or unusual washes, and there are some that pride themselves in being made only in the U.S.A.
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The main difference between designer jeans and regular ones, besides the price tag (designer jeans routinely go for between $100 and $400), are the materials used. High quality cottons and unusual touches, like precious stones substituted for the top button or hand-worn sections, are the hallmarks of designer jeans. Many of them are sold only in low rise styles, so they may not flatter all bodies, and you will have to try on several pairs in order to find ones that fit you well.

Designer jeans are available in a wide variety of styles, including skinny, boyfriend, boot cut, straight leg and high rise flared, but can be tricky to find in petite lengths and plus sizes. In both of these cases, you are better off shopping online than in a traditional brick and mortar store in order to find designer jeans that fit you.
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